Netflix’s ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

War is hell. It’s a cliché to say the least, but it’s the sentiment that most relates to Netflix’s remake of Im Westen nichts Neues, perhaps best known to Western audiences as All Quiet on the Western Front. The timely remake of the acclaimed anti-war novel, which was the basis for the US Oscar-winning film in 1930, is now a German production from director Edward … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Entergalactic’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Kid Cudi’s newest album, Entergalactic dropped this past Friday alongside the animated 93-minute feature by the same name. Surprisingly, I didn’t see any information about the music side of the project but like many others, I found the show because of the buzz around the animation (following in the footsteps of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse with similar visuals).  The special stars Kid Cudi, credited as … Continue reading ‘Entergalactic’ Spoiler Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment

Talk about a great action duo! Ryan Gosling versus Chris Evans; the Blade Runner VS. Captain America. This is the kind of action rivalry we don’t get much these days, at least not since the Face/Off in 1997, when John Travolta and Nicolas Cage made it so great. It was only a matter of time before we got a good action flick with Gosling, as … Continue reading ‘The Gray Man’ REVIEW – ScreenHub Entertainment

Netflix’s ‘The Sea Beast’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Over the years, I’ve noticed that animated films with a bit more substance to them have become harder and harder to come by. Too often, films for kids end up feeling like just that, films for kids, designed to keep their supposed little attention spans engaged on their movie with tons of humour and loud noises. The Sea Beast, then, is a refreshing change of … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘The Sea Beast’ Review – ScreenHub Entertainment

Montreal Comiccon: Q&A with Grace Van Dien and Mason Dye of ‘Stranger Things 4’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Written mainly by Frederic with some additional content by Sean This was a surprise appearance, to say the least! Only a few days prior to the Montreal Comiccon actually happening, it was announced that two of the stars of the latest season of Stranger Things would be in Montreal. Indeed, young Mason Dye, who plays Jason, and Grace Van Dien, who plays Vecna’s first victim, … Continue reading Montreal Comiccon: Q&A with Grace Van Dien and Mason Dye of ‘Stranger Things 4’ – ScreenHub Entertainment

Film & Spirits EPISODE 21 – Top Gun: Maverick REVIEW / Obi-Wan Kenobi Ep. 1-3 / Stranger Things 4

The moment is here: ‘Top Gun: Maverick‘ is out and Sean LOVED it. Is it possibly the best blockbuster of the last few years? The gents also discuss the last three episodes of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi‘ on Disney+ and the fourth season of ‘Stranger Things‘ on Netflix.  Anchor Apple Continue reading Film & Spirits EPISODE 21 – Top Gun: Maverick REVIEW / Obi-Wan Kenobi Ep. 1-3 / Stranger Things 4

‘Stranger Things 4’ Review: It Stays Fresh Despite Treading Familiar Ground [Spoiler Free] – ScreenHub Entertainment

I’ll be perfectly honest. I was seriously dreading the first volume of Stranger Things 4. This is not to say I dislike the series at all. Quite the contrary. The first season, now six years old, was one of the most engrossing television programs I’d seen in a long time, but any story can only sustain itself for so long. Despite my enjoyment of Season … Continue reading ‘Stranger Things 4’ Review: It Stays Fresh Despite Treading Familiar Ground [Spoiler Free] – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘F1: Drive to Survive’: Interesting Behind-the-Scenes Doc or Trashy Reality TV? – ScreenHub Entertainment

Formula 1 will always have a soft spot in my heart. I used to spend a week each year in my late teens and early 20s working in the pit lane. I’ve met a lot of the drivers racing at the time, touched the cars being towed back to the pits and even held the door open for Mr. E (if you know, you know). … Continue reading ‘F1: Drive to Survive’: Interesting Behind-the-Scenes Doc or Trashy Reality TV? – ScreenHub Entertainment

‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Is Good, But Falls Short Compared To Its Predecessor [Mild Spoilers] – ScreenHub Entertainment

Vikings was one of the most popular and unique shows on television when it was on the air. Which was something of a surprise, as it was kind of the anti-TV show. Produced by the History Channel, the show featured characters that were heathen pagans with motivations and beliefs that don’t resonate with modern audiences and a culture that featured tons of heinous and bizarre … Continue reading ‘Vikings: Valhalla’ Is Good, But Falls Short Compared To Its Predecessor [Mild Spoilers] – ScreenHub Entertainment

The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment

When it comes to horror, the 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most relentless and effective horror films in history. As a series, the franchise is nothing short of a jumbled mess, lacking any sort of unifying vision. There have been some decent sequels, like the oddly comedic 2nd film and the surprisingly effective remake, and others that were beyond horrible such as … Continue reading The New ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Starts Strong But Fumbles The Finale – ScreenHub Entertainment